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Oct 2, 2012 9:30am PDT
to speak up if not the park director? i suppose it was brave. even a few people in the local administration praised me for speaking out, but they did so secretly. >> voicing criticism is dangerous in belarus. in the village near the construction site, most prefer not to say anything. how do you feel about the new nuclear plant, we ask. we are told to ask the others. and how do you feel about the construction site? they say they are not sure. and you -- are you happy about the nuclear plant? this woman says, sure, why would i not be? we ask if she is scared, and she asks what she should be scared of. >> at last, we find a died in the will supporter of nuclear energy. >> it is not dangerous for people. it is a new technology. >> that is what they thought in chernobyl, we say. >> yes, but we are building a nuclear plant of the future. >> ride in the middle of the village, we find the only opponent willing to talk was in broad daylight, a retired school principal. his worries go beyond the ecological issues. he fears his country will become even more dependent on russia. >> we will need less ga
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